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Dawa Lhamo
November 21st, 2006, 08:59 PM
'Cult' fights claims of child sacrifice
Barney Zwartz
November 22, 2006

AN ANTI-CHILD-SEX campaigner accused an occult religious group of hosting parties at which naked children acted as waiters and at which members had sex with and murdered children, a tribunal was told yesterday.

The obscure group Ordo Templi Orientis (OTO) claims Dr Reina Michaelson and the Child Sexual Abuse Prevention Program described it in a website article as a satanic cult that sacrificed children and ate their organs and blood.Freakin' bizarre, non?

I'm interested to see how the case turns out.

Dawa Lhamo
November 21st, 2006, 09:22 PM
Almost halfway down this page (http://www.gaiaguys.net/victoria.htm):
Mick's Experiences

Mick was introduced to the satanic cult as a very young child by an extended relative. Mick informed me of many experiences he was subjected to as a child in this cult. From everything that I have been told by Mick, the cult appears to be the Order Templis Orientus (Illuminati), operating in Australia. Mick now suffers from MPD/DID but has survived his experiences remarkably well considering the traumas he has been through. The account continues far beyond what I quoted.

And here is their link (http://www.gaiaguys.net/vic.OTOexcerpts.htm) for the OTO (paranoid, much?)

And the Australian OTO's statement (http://www.otoaustralia.org.au/legal.htm).

How bizarre. Wow. Apparently this first came out in May (the news article that CSAPP's website links to about it is dead), but is just now in court.

ETA: Here is a copy of the Herald Sun's article that is no longer held at their archives: http://www.lashtal.com/nuke/Article507.phtml

March 22nd, 2007, 10:56 PM
This is old news now, but it looks like the OTO won:

Update 29-11-2006

We are pleased to announce that we have signed public terms of settlement in our religous vilification precedings against Raina Michaelson and CSAAP.

Full details of this settlement can be found in the .pdf documents available below.

media release (316 KB)
final terms (1,378 KB)

Of interest is the following legal perspective.

May 22nd, 2007, 10:37 PM
I am also very happy that the OTO won.

Unfortunately, I had the misfortune of getting to know (via a pagan organization) one of the paranoid people from GaiaGuys (http://www.gaiaguys.net/index.html). (GaiaGuys.net seems to be the primary cesspool for these conspiracy allegations.)

As if their accusations weren't ridiculous enough, the website is poorly executed and downright odd. It reminds me of that Time Cube (http://www.timecube.com/)guy. :lol:


June 1st, 2007, 10:00 PM
there are tons of those slanderous fictitious cases against societies like the OTO, Rosicrucians, Fremasons etc...

I have yet to see any of them actually cite any legitamate court cases other than unverifiable info... and it is also interesting that most of them supposedly are happening in Australia...

alot of the info that is put up on those sites are perpetrated by the Antimasonic Factions...

show me a docket number for a court case and then we can talk, otherwise as far as I am concerned it is just more slander against people who have been helping society for centuries.

Dawa Lhamo
June 1st, 2007, 11:14 PM
Actually, I posted it because the allegations were so bizarre, not because I thought it could be true... Obviously the OTO doesn't do this stuff. My dad's OTO. ^_^ I just thought it was bizarre that this actually got this far. ^_^

June 1st, 2007, 11:58 PM
ok, I will just go ahead and give myself a _wedgie_ lol

oh there are all kinds of articles with even more bizare and horrid details about so called cases ... and as I said before, the majority of them seem to be in Australia.